Chin-Chen Wu, a holder of a Ph.D. degree, is a pharmacologist/teacher with life academy education. His academic contributions in the area of vascular biology and sepsis are well recognized in Taiwan. He persuades himself as his life education is aiming in improving human not only physical health but also spirit quality to get rid of illness and unhealthy thinking from people’s mind. His undergraduate and Master's program training in pharmacy and pharmacology were in the National Defense Medical Center (Taiwan). His Doctoral and Postdoctoral training in pharmacology were with Nobel Laureate Sir John R. Vane (William Harvey Research Institute, England, UK). Currently, he is a Professor and the Chairman of the Department of Pharmacology and the Chair of Systemic Biology Section of Graduate Institute of Life Sciences in National Defense Medical Center, a military and national medical college in Taiwan. He is also a Fellow Student of Life Academy Foundation. In 2002, he was elected as one of the Top Ten Distinguished Young Men in 2002 in Taiwan. It was based on his good personal characters and medical research performance. He held a successful academic career as a Visiting Professor in the University of Michigan in USA (1999/09~2000/02), the University of Bath in UK (2003/01~2003/05), and the Medical College of Georgia in USA (2005/09~2006/01). His research performance has been awarded from the Chinese Physiological Society (1991), The Pharmacological Society in Taiwan (1997), and the National Science Council level A (1996~2000). He has developed a solid track record in education and earned several awards from the Ministry of National Defense such as Excellent Military Medical Fellows (1998, 2001) and Excellent Teachers (2000, 2002). He published near 100 peer-reviewed articles.
Biography Updated on 20 March 2011